Small Group Orthopedagogy
Have you tried everything and your child is still struggling to succeed in school?
Enroll your child in interventions at remedial education services.
From beginner to expert reader
From the beginnings of writing to the writer
Reading & Writing
When reading and writing go hand in hand
Read to write, Write to read better!
From manipulation to science
The foundations of learning
Adapting for better success!
Note taking, written language (Lexibar), using the keyboard effectively
The art of revision!
Frequently asked questions
Do I have to sign a contract?
No, there is no contract in grouped interventions. These are interventions without obligation.
How many children are in a group intervention?
Each group intervention is created for a maximum of 5 students. Interventions take place even if the group is not complete.
Where will my child connect?
When you register, you will receive a zoom link. On the day of the intervention, at the time you have registered, you will connect to the link you have received.
How much time should I allow for a group intervention?
The intervention is planned over an hour, including an introduction, content, games, reinvestment and goodbyes.
What can I do if I've got the wrong skill?
You can reschedule the meeting free of charge, 72 hours before. To do so, contact us at : . If you have exceeded the deadline, you can transfer this credit as a discount coupon for the purchase of an individual intervention.
What if my child cannot attend the meeting?
You can reschedule the meeting free of charge, 72 hours before. To do so, contact us at : . If you have exceeded the deadline, you will still receive the documents free of charge for the intervention of the house.
Will I receive an invoice?
The invoice for the grouped interventions will be sent to you directly after payment.
What do you do if my child doesn't like the group dynamic?
Speech and Language Therapists are used to heterogeneous group settings and are experts in differentiation. If your child feels out of place, we invite you to talk to us and we will find solutions.
If the same block of intervention was offered at a time that suited you, and there was space, it would be possible to change groups.
What happens if my child is too shy in a group?
Speech and Language Therapists know how to put students in a comfortable context, as we ensure that students are in winning learning conditions so that they progress at their own pace and reach their full potential.